6 comments on “Travel in Brazil: SALVADOR (16). Roasted Cheese and Acarajé

    • Thank you! I like to stay in Brazil, and to become familiar with the country and its culture 🙂
      I can imagine that it is not easy to make the acarajé ingredients?

      • NOOOO…Acarajé is sooo time consuming…Soak the beans, Rub the skins off the beans-In several changes of water…My Goodness…Then to blend them with onion, and dried smoked shrimp.. The easiest part is frying them in the Dende oil…They take only minutes to cook… And easily finished off too!! So are you still living in Brazil?

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